The Press Herald ran an op-ed earlier this week by Judge Dana Hanley of the Probate Court who also spent ten years in the Maine House and Senate. Judge Hanley dishes out some Opus-style wisdom supported by a case study. Three cheers for the Probate Court!
“. . . . There are those in Augusta who insist it takes a multimillion-dollar administrative budget to put into operation such global statewide programs that spawn significant cost savings for generations to come.
Don’t listen to them. There are opportunities for similar ventures and cost-saving measures throughout all levels of government; you just need to take the time to look around and find them.
It has been said, ‘The journey of a thousand miles starts with a single step.’ It’s time to start walking. . . .”